Iranian Moeini Wins Wsopc Biloxi Main Event

Fifth cash at WSOPC Biloxi event and third final table

Iranian-born Mohammad Moeini (44) defeated Brandon Newsome in heads-up play to win the World Series of Poker Circuit Main Event Biloxi title, a WSOPC gold ring, $106 101 and a seat in the WSOP National Championships.

Moeini, an investor and hotel owner, bested a field of 301 entrants to cash for the fifth time in WSOPC Biloxi events.

Final Table finished up:

1. Mohammad Moeini $106,101

2. Brandon Newsome $65,603

3. Timothy Miles $47,647

4. Anthony Smith $35,194

5. Lance Jones $26,422

6. Thomas Doussan $20,150

7. Larry Hirons $15,608

8. Corrie Wunstel $12,272

9. Roger Morris $9,793

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